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"Is There Anybody Out There?" is a short story by Darryl Sloan, read by the author.
In a world populated by the living dead, survivors on a tiny island answer the call of a distant siren. Will it mean there are others alive out there?
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Artist/Composer: Darryl Sloan
Keywords: audiobook; podiobook; podcast; fiction; short story; horror; zombies; living dead; undead; george romero
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
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I ordinarily use archives to watch old movies and occasionally listen to old radio shows.
This story might be frightening to some but I actually found this to be more suspenseful than scary. Perhaps I have imagined a scenario such as this too many times myself.
Imagery is not overbearing and aids the story, in a land that I have only yearned to see.
The music is well-composed and adds the perfect touch.
The author reading his work does well as an actor and could possibly do voice-over work in advertisements.
Have a listen